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1 ISSUE 3.1 FALL 2012 The Gordie Center 2 Thank you! 3 Gordie s Call 4 National Gordie Day 6 Social Media 8 HAZE: The Movie 9 APPLE Conferences 10 Step UP! 13 Educational Partners 14 Gordie Store 15

2 The Gordie Center $5,000+ Anonymous Michael & Leslie Lanahan $1,000 $4,999 Alaska Trust Company The Corroon Foundation The Gilman School JTK Foundation The Kremer Foundation Ruth Camp Campbell Foundation Union College Beta Psi Chapter of Delta Delta Delta of Colorado at Boulder Pi Chapter of Alpha Delta Chi of Denver Zeta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon $500 $999 Lynn & Claire Bailey Robert & Bridget Barber Bridget Bohacz & Associates, Inc. Charles & Barbara Denison Lyn Feldman Jeffrey Gonya Frank Lauinger $250 to $499 Richard Cholakian Hugh Downe Rick & Karen Exline James Ferguson Jennifer Flynn Dr. Honor Franklin & Dr. Robert B. Mitchell Helen Hobbs & Dennis Stone Lynne Huber Daniel Korengold & Martha Dippell Julia & Scott Starkey Melissa & Sarah Warnke J.W. & J.J. Welch Zmira Zilkha $1 $249 Suzy Allen John Bolcato Mary Bowles Lizzie Craft Nina Delano Fleming College Delta Phi Nu Myron & Gloria Franks George & Anne Garrett, Jr. Gerald and Alice Gilmore Leelee Gioia Wesley & Anne Goyer Cynthia Guill Walker Kahle Alex Kleiner Mary & Stephen Malkmus Jill Maurer Peter Neville Alexandra Parsons Thomas & Nancy Price Robert & Kathleen Rozelle Sewanee: The of the South Eta Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta Thomas & Caroll Swan Geneva Thornton of Oregon Upsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi Lynn Gordon Gordie Bailey, Jr. The Gordie Center for Substance Abuse Prevention honors the memory of Lynn Gordon Gordie Bailey, Jr., who died of an alcohol overdose at the of Colorado after a fraternity initiation/ hazing ceremony. Gordie s mother and step-father, Leslie and Michael Lanahan, created the Gordie Foundation in his memory and merged with the of Virginia s prevention efforts in The Gordie Center is committed to ensuring that Gordie s story continues to impact students by challenging attitudes about the true risks of hazing and alcohol abuse. 2

3 Thank you! Greetings from the Gordie Center! This July, Deirdre Feeney joined the Gordie Center staff as the national Gordie s Call campaign coordinator. In this role, she creates and markets prevention materials and programs, including National GORDIEday, to raise awareness of the hazards of alcohol abuse and hazing. Deirdre is a graduate of East Carolina and earned her Master of Science in Public Health from the of North Carolina at Charlotte. This summer we also welcomed graduate assistant Sarah Keller. Sarah is pursuing a Master of Education degree in Higher Education Administration. She advises the of Virginia ADAPT peer education program and assists with the APPLE conferences and Gordie s Call campaign. A graduate of Trinity College, Sarah was an assistant rowing coach at Bucknell from We are continually grateful for the many individuals and organizations who support the Gordie Center and share our vision of ending hazing and hazardous drinking. The ongoing commitment of Michael and Leslie Lanahan to the issue of substance abuse and hazing prevention is a true inspiration. We are especially appreciative of the many student organizations who work every day to educate their peers about the signs of alcohol overdose and the need to intervene at the first sign of trouble. Debra Reed, Deirdre Feeney, Holly Deering, Susie Bruce and Sarah Keller Student organizations at the following colleges organized fundraisers to benefit the Gordie Center since November 2011: Fleming College, Delta Phi Nu Sewanee: The of the South, Eta Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta Union College, Beta Psi Chapter of Delta Delta Delta of Colorado at Boulder, Pi Chapter of Alpha Delta Chi of Denver, Colorado Zeta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon of Oregon, Upsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi On behalf of the staff of the Gordie Center, please accept my warmest thanks for your support. Susan Bruce Director, Gordie Center for Substance Abuse Prevention 3

4 Gordie s Call Thank you for the important work you are doing to educate our students about making good choices. administrator response to the national Gordie Center survey The following groups purchased GORDIEcheck/BAC cards in : American Berkshire School Bloomfield College Blue Ridge Poison Control Bowdoin College Bridgewater College Butler, Kappa Alpha Theta Caldwell College Churchill School The College at Brockport Connecticut College Creative Drug Education Drury Family Career & Community Leaders of America Fort Worth County Day School Hillsdale College Hiram College Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas Lesley Medaille College Mendocino Coast District Hospital Middlebury College Mom s Club of Henderson, NV Northwest College ShareHouse Inc. Siena College Thriving Youth Connected Community of Delaware of Utah of Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Westminster School GordiesCall.org The new Gordie s Call website went live this spring as part of the national Gordie s Call campaign to prevent alcohol abuse and hazing. In addition to receiving free resource information on alcohol overdose, hazing and medical amnesty on the website, organizations may purchase materials at GORDIEcheck/BAC Cards The response to the redesigned GORDIEcheck/BAC Card has been extremely positive with many campuses purchasing cards to hand out to the entire freshman class. To date, nearly 35,000 cards have been distributed by 32 organizations and several concerned parents. Recently, the card design was tweaked to increase readability and include information on how to estimate the number of drinks in a standard plastic cup. TIPS FOR A LOWER BAC Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is the percentage of alcohol in your blood. Judgment and reaction skills are impaired at BACs of.05 and above. Pace & space - Sip your drink instead of chugging, alternate with water or soda and have no more than 1 drink/hour. On average, it takes nearly 3 hours for most people to eliminate the alcohol in 2 drinks. Eat before and while drinking - Alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream more slowly when there is food (especially protein) in your stomach. Avoid mixing alcohol with other drugs - Some prescription and over-the-counter drugs (e.g. antihistamines) can increase alcohol s effects. Caffeine and other stimulants can trick you into feeling less impaired. Use caution when sick or tired - When you re sleep deprived or ill, alcohol leaves the body more slowly. Note: This card offers general guidance and does not guarantee a specific BAC. Calculations used were developed using normative data, but individuals metabolize alcohol at different rates. Unresponsive (to pinching) Puking (while passed out) GORDIECheck Alcohol overdose can have any of these four PUBS symptoms. U B P *Unsure? Call Poison Control *! S Call 911 Breathing (irregular) Skin (cold or blue) Learn about Gordieʼs story - gordiescall.org 4

5 GORDIEposters This spring, the Gordie Center conducted a national survey to determine which new educational materials to develop and we are excited to release our brand new line of GORDIEposters. These 11 x 17 posters are designed to complement and extend the information found on the GORDIEcheck/BAC cards and are a great addition to any school s Gordie s Call campaign. How MucH AlcoHol is in Your Drink? 12 oz 5% alcohol 5 oz 12% alcohol 12 oz. Beer* 8 oz. Malt 5 oz. Wine* 1.5 oz 80 proof alcohol Standard Drink is 0.6 fluid oz. of 100% alcohol. 1 oz. 100 proof *Lines indicate approximate measurements on a 16 oz cup Safer Drinking Tips: Eat before and while drinking Alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream more slowly when there is food (especially protein) in the stomach. Use caution when sick or tired Alcohol leaves the body more slowly when a person is sleep deprived or ill. Give your body time to process the alcohol On average, it takes nearly 3 hours for most people to eliminate the alcohol in 2 drinks. Wide-awake drunk Caffeine and other stimulants can trick you into feeling less impaired. Pace & space Sip your drink instead of chugging it. Alternate alcoholic beverages with water or soda. Have no more than 1 drink per hour. Avoid mixing alcohol with other drugs Some prescription and over-the-counter drugs (e.g., antihistamines) can increase alcohol s effects. Scan for references: What is BAC? Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is the percentage of alcohol in the blood. A BAC of 0.10 means that Insert Customized Logo Here 3 in x 1.5 in Select Box Ctrl+D -> Place Image Beer Wine Liquor Gordie s Call Do you know your BAC? Alcohol percentage and container volume will determine number of standard drinks. GordiesCall.org 0.10% (one tenth of one I think it is so admirable what your foundation is doing, and I am grateful for the many lives that were probably turned around due to your organization s hard work. Jeannine Stevenson, Bethel Park, PA Response to the national Gordie Center survey What is a Standard Drink? percent) of a person s blood is alcohol. 12 oz 5% alcohol = = 5 oz 12% alcohol 1 Standard Drink = 0.6 fluid oz. of 100% alcohol 1.5 oz 80 proof 12% alcohol 7% alcohol Equivalency = = 4.7 drinks 4.5 drinks Body Weight (lbs) Body Weight (lbs) If you drink, stay in the Pleasure Zone. A person s peak buzz is reached at BACs between.02 and.06. Negative outcomes increase at BACs of.05 and higher. Absorption Alcohol percentage and container volume will determine number of standard drinks. 12 oz. Beer* 8 oz. Malt 5 oz. Wine* Above: Poster with information on drink equivalency and safer drinking tips. Right: Poster with added content for display in bathroom stalls. BAC for WOMEN after 1 HOUR Pleasure Zone (Minor Impairment) Impaired Judgment & Reactions Legally Intoxicated BAC for MEN after 1 HOUR Calculations use normative data, but individuals metabolize alcohol at different rates. Charts provide general guidance but do not guarantee a specific BAC. Body Weight (lbs) Body Weight (lbs) 1 oz. 100 proof *Lines indicate approximate measurements on a 16 oz cup Many factors impact how quickly alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream including those that can vary from day to day (illness, lack of sleep, food in stomach, medication, etc.). Who knew? The median BAC of college Pleasure Zone (Minor Impairment) Tips for a lower BAC Impaired Judgment & Reactions Legally Intoxicated Pace & space - Sipping your drink instead of chugging it, alternating alcoholic beverages with water or soda, and having no more than one drink per hour all give the body time to process the alcohol. students when they drink is Eat before and while drinking - Alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream more slowly when there is food (especially protein) in the stomach. Avoid mixing alcohol with other drugs - Some prescription and overthe-counter drugs (e.g., antihistamines) can increase alcohol s effects. Scan for references: Nearly 3 out of 4 college students didn t drink or had no more than 4 the last time they partied 4 4 out of 5 students eat food before/while drinking 4 85% of students stay with the same group of friends while drinking (buddy system) 4 Caffeine and other stimulants can trick you into feeling less impaired which could lead to dangerous choices. Use caution when sick or tired - Alcohol leaves the body more slowly when a person is sleep deprived or ill. Safer Drinking Guidelines Want to learn more? 0 drinks is the only safe choice for people in certain GordiesCall.org No more than 1 drink per hour. On average, it takes nearly 3 hours for most higher-risk situations for example when driving, pregnant, taking certain prescription or over-the-counter medications or with health conditions such as alcoholism. Consuming alcohol under the age of 21 can lead to legal consequences. 1 people to eliminate the alcohol in 2 standard Women s guidelines No more than 2 drinks on any one day 3 drinks. 2 No more than 7 drinks per week 3 Men s guidelines No more than 3 drinks in any 1 day 3 No more than 14 drinks per week 3 If a man and a woman of the same height and weight consume the same amount of alcohol over the same period of time, the woman will have a higher BAC. 5

6 buttons/dont-haze-bro-button.html Host a panel and discussion forum Include students and people from all across the university, such as the Dean of Students, President, Director of Bands, Consider having it open to the public Food is always popular, make it a Halt National GORDIEday Hazing does not need to happen to create a brotherhood or sisterhood. Student reaction to seeing HAZE as part of National GORDIEday Planning for National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) Choose a Committee: You will produce a better program if you select a planning committee from across the campus including various offices and incorporating any student group that might need education. Some suggestions are: Greek Life, Athletics, Student Activities, Counseling, Risk Management, etc. It is important to have both students and professionals as well as volunteers (advisors, etc) serve on the planning committee. What Outcomes Do You Want? Think carefully about what the goal is for your week. Is it to bring greater awareness to the issue of hazing? Let campus and community members know that Greek organizations are opposed to hazing? Share resources available? Develop a Game Plan: Think about how to achieve your outcomes and what type of education is most needed and for which audiences. Do big events and/or the entire week and consider paid advertising in the campus paper to help generate interest. Use social media to get the word out. Host a week-long competition between organizations, with points awarded for participation each day: Have each organization design a banner that reveals their stance against hazing Hand out buttons to all students award points for members wearing the button Hand out bracelets with anti-hazing sayings such as hazing hurts and award points for each member wearing the bracelet Take attendance at a showing of HAZE award points for each member present Have each organization develop and Planning guide 2012 GORDIEday: September 27 National Hazing Prevention Week: September Event Ideas Below are examples of successful events that have been hosted at colleges all around the country. Pick a few events that most interest you or come up with your own unique ideas! Come up with a catchy slogan that you can use on advertising materials: Halt Hazing No One Wants to be Hazed and Confused We Hug, Not Haze Hazing Hurts Distribute buttons, flyers, postcards, bracelets, t-shirts, etc. that promote awareness: Seek the help of any your artsy and creative friends or peers to help design a t-shirt Find a local t-shirt design company to help you create and order your designs find out where the fraternity and sorority chapters and Information in this planning guide is provided by the HazingPrevention.org and the Gordie Center for Substance Abuse Prevention at the of Virginia. Speak to fraternity and sorority members about hazing and its detrimental effects on individuals and fraternity and sorority organizations as a whole Meet with student-athletes to discuss the ways in which hazing destroys team unity and how alcohol consumption affects performance Talk with first-year students and upperclassmen, emphasizing that they are all a part of your school s community and explaining that hazing is a destructive practice that only reinforces inter-class hostility Create a poster campaign about hazing and/or alcohol poisoning that educates about the signs of each, and what students can do if they are confronted with either Write an opinion piece in the campus newspaper 1 parents need information, local police, faculty? propose an idea of an activity they have clubs at your school locally order their attire about the significance of your event How can you incorporate these groups into your never done before that would include the These items can also be purchased easily programming for the week? How many events, entire organization and that teaches the and in large quantities online: Institute a campus coalition of student groups sessions or campaigns will you be able to produce organization s values but doesn t include any Shirts, pens, koozies, etc. can be designed that overtly reject hazing practices and pledge in one week? What is your budget? Who can help with funding? alcohol or hazing. Is there funding to award to the winning party? and ordered at many online sites Rubber/slap bracelets can be custom ordered too. to practice low-risk behavior when it comes to alcohol consumption Think About Publicity: Getting good media coverage can ensure that your events have the largest possible impact. Write press releases for At the end of each day, tally the points the group or team earning the most points will each win a reward, like a cash prize or check to their philanthropy Custom buttons, stickers, and magnets. You can order the Don t haze me bro and Hazing Hurts buttons through HazingPrevention.Org at missionmade.com/hazing-prevention/ Speak with members of your administration, local government and student body about creating a Medical Amnesty policy that will eliminate fear of punishment as a reason to not get a friend help in an alcohol-related emergency Athletic Director, coaches, etc. 4 Hazing Brown Bag lunch or brunch 5 Chi Beta Epsilon members at Trinity show their support for National GORDIEday. We started supporting the Gordie [Center] last year, and we hope to continue to spread the word about alcohol poisoning awareness and hazing. Successful 2012 GORDIEday The Fifth Annual National GORDIEday was held in conjunction with National Hazing Prevention Week on September 27th, Gordie Center staff enhanced the National GORDIEday Planning Guide to provide revised needs assessment tools, additional programming ideas and detailed planning tips. The guide was featured on HazingPrevention.org and may be downloaded at education/hazing-programs. Devon Rood, Trinity Students at the of Virginia sign the Hoos Against Hazing pledge. 6

7 National GORDIEday Students at Franklin & Marshall College rallied together to celebrate National GORDIEday! The student-run organization F&M.08 works to promote responsible drinking through alcohol education and also hosts alcohol-free events on campus. Nationwide Enthusiasm We are thrilled to hear from so many campuses about their alcohol abuse and hazing prevention efforts during National GORDIEday. In addition to hosting screenings of HAZE, popular GORDIEday programs include bystander intervention and anti-hazing pledges, panel discussions and social media campaigns. Making programs visible through outreach tables and student-designed banners or bulletin boards attracted a broad range of students and created discussion. Creating friendly competition between student organizations and offering incentives for participation and creativity increased participation and impact. GORDIEday is a success! F&M celebrates with green everywhere! Over 1,000 bandanas [were] given out. Tweet from F&M.08 Left: In support of National Hazing Prevention Week, Missouri State s Delta Zeta and Pi Kappa Alpha chapters sponsored a screening of HAZE with a great turnout! Right: Following a HAZE screening for national GORDIEday, the of Virginia hosted a panel discussion featuring the Dean of Students, Fraternity & Sorority Life staff, and two student representatives. 7

8 Social Media Thank you for turning Gordie s life into a message of hope for so many. Tweet Scan the QR code to go directly to the Gordie Center Facebook page! MYTH Once the alcohol has entered your blood stream, there is nothing you can do to speed up the elimination process. The only way to lower your BAC is to let time pass. FACT Eating food at the end of the night will soak up the alcohol in the body and help a person sober up. DID YOU KNOW? BAC can continue to rise after a person stops drinking and passes out. If a dangerous level is reached, they may stop breathing while they are asleep. Take care of your friends. Never leave someone alone to sleep it off. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter! Staying Connected Check your News Feed because the Gordie Center Facebook page is reinvigorated! In addition to providing a forum for campus discussion around alcohol abuse and hazing, we ve created a series of postcard messages that provide programming tips, alcohol facts and corrections to common misconceptions about alcohol. Go online to help us reach our goal of 1,500 likes in 2013! You can also follow us on GordieCenter for information on how to participate in the latest hashtag campaign or to share some real-time action from your Gordie-inspired events! You might even snag some promotional coupons for your favorite Gordie product! LIKE US AND SAVE!! Receive 15% OFF your purchase of HAZE: The Movie when you mention our Facebook page. Offer expires 09/06/2013 8

9 HAZE: The Movie Screenings Increase Awareness Gordie s story, as shown through the film HAZE, continues to raise important questions about the role of new member initiation traditions, alcohol abuse within student organizations and how peers can identify and respond to alcohol emergencies. Since its release by the Gordie Foundation in 2008, 423 high schools, colleges and organizations have purchased the feature-length or abridged version of HAZE to incorporate into their educational efforts. HAZE was shown as part of the 24th annual Virginia Film Festival. The sold out screening was followed by a panel discussion with Leslie and Michael Lanahan, HAZE director Pete Schuermann, of Virginia (U.Va.) Dean of Students Allen Groves, Tolly Merrick, a teacher from the Charlottesville, VA Peabody School and U.Va. students Brendan Martin and Andrea Kaplan. Gordie Center director Susie Bruce moderated the question and answer period. It was a really great movie. Made me think a lot about my & my friends behavior. Definitely glad I came. Student reaction to seeing HAZE Both films are available for purchase through the Gordie Center and may be previewed through Since November 2011, the following schools and organizations have purchased HAZE: Action for the Betterment of the Community Augustanta College Berkshire School Bloomfield College Boonton High School Bryant Bucknell Cabrini College Caldwell College Canterbury School Christian Brothers Academy Coastal Carolina Connecticut College Creative Drug Education Dublin School East Carolina Emory Episcopal High School Dublin School Fairfield Ludlowe High School Florida Gulf Coast Fontebonne Greenhill School Hampden-Sydney College Hartwick College The Hewitt School Infinity Health Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas Kinkaid School Leslie North Georgia College & State The Ohio State Old Dominion READY Coalition Ridley College Ripon College Rosemount High School Shelton School Siena College Texas Christian, Kappa Sigma Panel discussion following HAZE at the Virginia Film Festival: Susie Bruce, Pete Schuermann, Leslie Lanahan, Tolly Merrick, Michael Lanahan, Allen Groves, Brendan Martin & Andrea Kaplan Tower Hill School of Arizona, Alpha Phi of California, San Diego of Central Missouri of Colorado, Denver of Delaware of Mary Washington Ursuline Academy of Dallas Villanova Young Men s Service League 9

10 APPLE Conferences The APPLE conference inspired me to become more involved and be a leader my voice is more effective than I thought. Student-athlete It is truly an honor to attend the APPLE conference. It is the best conference for both student-athletes and administrators. This conference not only improves campuses and athletic departments, but it changes lives. Athletics administrator gordiecenter/apple The of Central Florida s team at the 2012 Charlottesville APPLE conference. Leading the Way for Student-Athlete Health & Wellness The Gordie Center created the APPLE model for student-athlete substance abuse prevention in 1991 and received funding from the National Collegiate Athletics Association to conduct annual APPLE conferences beginning in APPLE is now the leading national training symposium dedicated to substance abuse prevention and health promotion for student-athletes and athletics department administrators. The 2013 APPLE Conferences will be held in Charlottesville, VA on January and Indianapolis, IN on January The following 496 NCAAmember colleges and universities have been trained in the APPLE model over the past 20 years. Adrian College Agnes Scott College Albright College Alcorn State Alfred Allegheny College Alvernia College American International College Anderson Appalachian State Apprentice School Arcadia Arizona State Ashland Auburn Augsburg College Augusta State Aurora Baldwin-Wallace College Barton College Bay Path College Baylor Beaver College Belmont Abbey College Belmont Beloit College Bemidji State Bethany College Bethune-Cookman College Binghamton Boise State Boston College Boston Bowie State Bowling Green State Bradley Bridgewater College Brown Buena Vista Cabrini College Caldwell College Cal Poly Pomona California Institute of Technology California Lutheran California State at Bakersfield California State at Dominguez Hills California State at Fresno 10

11 APPLE Conferences California State at Fullerton California State at Long Beach California State at Northridge California State at Sacramento California State at San Bernardino California of Pennsylvania Cameron Campbell Canisius College Cardinal Stritch College Carnegie Mellon Carroll College Carson-Newman College Catawba College Cazenovia College Cedar Crest College Centenary College of Louisiana Central Connecticut State Central Washington Centre College Chadron State College Chapman Charleston Southern Cheney Chowan College Christian Brothers Christopher Newport Clark Clemson Coker College College of Charleston College of New Jersey College of Notre Dame College of Saint Benedict College of Saint Catherine College of Saint Rose College of William and Mary College of Wooster Colorado State Concord Concordia at Chicago Concordia at Texas Converse College Coppin State Cornell Davis and Elkins College Defiance College Delaware State College Denison DePauw DeSales Dominican Drexel Drury Duke Duquesne East Carolina East Central East Stroudsburg East Tennessee State East Texas State Eastern College Eastern Connecticut State Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Mennonite Eastern Eastern Washington Eckerd College Edinboro of Pennsylvania Elizabethtown College Elmhurst College Elms College Elon Emporia State Fairleigh Dickinson - Madison Fairleigh Dickinson - Metro Ferris State Ferrum College Florida Gulf Coast Florida Institute of Technology Florida State Fontbonne Fordham Fort Lewis College Franklin and Marshall College Frostburg State Furman Gallaudet George Fox George Washington Georgia College Georgia State Georgia Tech Gettysburg College Glenville State College Gonzaga Goucher College Grambling State Greensboro College Guilford College Gustavus Adolphus College Hampden-Sydney College Hampton Hanover College Hardin-Simmons Hartwick College Haverford College Henderson State High Point Hiram College Hofstra Hollins College Hood College Howard Payne Howard Hunter College Illinois College Illinois State Indiana State Indiana Indiana of Pennsylvania Iowa State Jackson State James Madison John Jay College of Criminal Justice Johns Hopkins Kean Kent State Kentucky State Kenyon College Keuka College Kutztown Lafayette College Lamar Lebanon Valley College Lees-McRae College Lehigh Lenoir-Rhyne Lesley Lewis and Clark College Lewis Liberty Limestone College Lincoln Memorial Linfield College Livingstone College Long Island, C.W. Post College Longwood Louisiana State Loyola College Loyola Marymount Luther College MacMurray College Maine Maritime Academy Manchester College Mansfield Marietta College Marquette Mary Baldwin College Maryville College Maryville Mercyhurst College Methodist College Miami of Ohio Michigan State Middle Tennessee State Mills College Minnesota State at Mankato Misericordia College Mississippi State Mitchell College Monmouth Montclair State Moravian College Morehead State Mount Olive College Mount St. Mary s College Mount Union College Muhlenberg College Murray State Nazareth College Nebraska Wesleyan Neumann College New England College New Hampshire New Mexico Highlands New Mexico State at Albuquerque New Mexico State at Las Cruces New York Institute of Technology Newberry College Norfolk State North Carolina A&T State North Carolina State North Central College Northeast Missouri State Northeastern Northern Arizona Northern Kentucky Northern State Northwestern State Northwestern Occidental College Oglethorpe Ohio State Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Old Dominion Olivet College Otterbein College Pacific Lutheran Peace College Pembroke State Pennsylvania State Pennsylvania State at Altoona Pepperdine Pfeiffer Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science Portland State Queens College Radford Randolph-Macon College Randolph-Macon Woman s College Regis Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute Rhode Island College Rider Roanoke College Robert Morris Rochester Institute of Technology Rockford College Roger Williams Rollins College Rosemont College Russell Sage College Rutgers Sacramento State Sacred Heart Saginaw Valley State Saint Francis Saint Louis Salisbury Salve Regina San Diego State San Jose State Santa Clara Savannah State Seattle Seton Hall Sewanee -The of the South Shaw Shenandoah Shepherd Siena College Slippery Rock Smith College Sonoma State 11

12 APPLE Conferences South Dakota State Southeast Missouri State Southern Illinois Southern Illinois at Edwardsville Southern Methodist Southwest Texas State Southwestern Oklahoma State Springfield College St. Andrews Presbyterian College St. Anselm College St. Bonaventure St. Cloud State St. Edwards St. John Fisher College St. John s St. John s - Minnesota St. Joseph s College St. Mary s College of California St. Mary s College of Maryland St. Mary s St. Peter s College Stanford Stephens College Stevens Institute of Technology Stonehill College Stony Brook SUNY Buffalo SUNY Cortland SUNY New Paltz SUNY Oneonta SUNY Oswego Susquehanna Sweet Briar College Syracuse Temple Texas A&M Texas A&M at Corpus Christi Texas A&M at Kingsville Texas Christian Texas Lutheran Towson Transylvania Trenton State College Trinity Tulane Tusculum College of Akron of Alabama at Birmingham of Alabama at Tuscaloosa of Alaska at Anchorage of Arizona of Arkansas of Arkansas at Monticello of California at Berkeley of California at Davis of California at Irvine of California at Los Angeles of California at Riverside of California at San Diego of California at Santa Barbara of Central Florida of Central Oklahoma of Charleston of Cincinnati of Colorado of Connecticut of Dayton of Delaware of Findlay of Florida of Georgia of Hawaii of Hawaii at Hilo 2012 Huntington Beach APPLE conference of Houston of Illinois at Springfield of Iowa of Kentucky of LaVerne of Louisville of Maine at Farmington of Maine at Orono of Mary Washington of Maryland of Maryland at Eastern Shore of Massachusetts at Dartmouth of Memphis of Miami of Michigan of Minnesota of Minnesota at Crookston of Minnesota at Morris of Mississippi of Missouri of Missouri at Kansas City of Nebraska of Nebraska at Kearney of Nevada at Las Vegas of Nevada at Reno of New England of New Hampshire of New Haven of New Mexico of North Carolina at Asheville of North Carolina at Chapel Hill of North Carolina at Charlotte of North Carolina at Greensboro of North Carolina at Pembroke of North Florida of North Texas of Notre Dame of Oklahoma of Oregon of Pittsburgh of Pittsburgh at Bradford of Pittsburgh at Greensburg of Pittsburgh at Johnstown of Portland of Puerto Rico of Redlands of Rhode Island of Richmond of San Diego of Scranton of South Alabama of South Carolina of South Carolina at Aiken of South Carolina at Upstate of South Florida of Southern California of Southern Colorado of Southern Indiana of Southern Maine of Southern Mississippi of Tennessee at Knoxville of Texas at San Antonio of the Pacific of Toledo of Tulsa of Utah of Vermont of Virginia of Washington of West Florida of West Georgia of Wisconsin at La Crosse of Wisconsin at Madison of Wisconsin at Milwaukee of Wisconsin at Parkside of Wisconsin at Whitewater Utah State Vassar College Villanova Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Tech Virginia Wesleyan College Wabash College Wagner College Wake Forest Washington and Lee Washington College Washington State Weber State Webster Wellesley College Wells College West Chester West Texas A&M West Virginia West Virginia Wesleyan College Western Carolina Western Connecticut State Western Michigan Western Oregon Westfield State College Wheaton College Whitman College Whittier College Whitworth College Widener Willamette Wilmington College Wilson College Wingate Winona State Winthrop Wisconsin Lutheran College Wittenberg Wofford College Worcester Polytechnic Institute Xavier York College of Pennsylvania Youngstown State 12

13 Step UP! Bystander Intervention Makes a Difference Too often, students lack the skills to identify when a friend has a problem. In some cases, they are afraid to intervene until it is too late. To remedy this situation, The of Arizona, in collaboration with the NCAA, the BACCHUS Network and the Gordie Center, created the Step UP! bystander intervention training. This evidence-informed program has won national acclaim and media coverage. The Gordie Center has been actively involved in promoting the model and over the past few months provided facilitation trainings to over 60 faculty, staff and students at Virginia Commonwealth and Radford. This summer, the of Arizona hosted the inaugural Step UP! Bystander Intervention Program Facilitator Training and Conference. This intensive training was attended by representatives from the 64 campuses and two community coalitions listed below. Thirty of these institutions received NCAA grants to allow one representative from athletics administration and one from student affairs to attend the training at no cost. The Gordie Center director serves on the Step UP! Advisory Board and helped plan and facilitate the conference. It s so clear that you all are so generous with this program and not possessive about how it is implemented. I m super appreciative of the heart behind this it shows. Thank you! Attendee at the Facilitator Training Conference Beloit College Benedictine Bridgewater College California Maritime Academy California State, Chico California State, Fullerton California State, Northridge California State, San Marcos Capitol College Coalition of Behavioral Health Services Coastal Carolina Duke East Central Georgia State Gonzaga Gustavus Adolphus College Harvard Houston Area Community Services Humboldt State Idaho State Indiana James Madison Kansas Kings College Lawrence Lesley Marquette Millersville Montana State, Billings Montclair State Northwest Nazarene Oklahoma Rice Rollins College Saginaw Valley State Shenandoah St. Louis State of New York at New Paltz Texas A&M -Corpus Christi Texas Christian Towson Trinity at Buffalo of Arizona of Arkansas of California, Irvine of California, Los Angeles of Connecticut of Denver of Memphis of Minnesota of Nebraska of Nevada, Las Vegas of New Haven of New Mexico of North Carolina at Greensboro of Southern California of Texas at Austin of Virginia Step UP! Advisory Board members Becky Bell, Doug Everhart, Janet Cox, Mary Wilfert, Scott Goldman and Susie Bruce at the Facilitator Training Conference of Washington of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Utah State Virginia Commonwealth Western Kentucky Western New England Wittenberg 13

14 Educational Partners The Gordie Center is grateful for the supportive partnerships with many national organizations that work to promote student safety and equip students with the tools to intervene effectively with their peers. The BACCHUS Network, a national 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, actively promotes student, campus and community-wide leadership on healthy and safe lifestyle decisions through peer-to-peer education. BACCHUS can help you with National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, peer educator training materials, and invite you to one of the Spring 2013 area conferences. HazingPrevention.Org is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, whose mission is to empower people to prevent hazing in college and university student groups. HPO sponsors the Novak Institute for Hazing Prevention each summer, educational webinars throughout the year and National Hazing Prevention Week, observed on campuses and within organizations across North America during the last week in September. The National Center for Drug Free Sport, Inc. is devoted to preventing drug abuse in athletics. As the premier provider of drug-use prevention services for athletic organizations, Drug Free Sport provides strategic alternatives to traditional drug-use prevention programs. Drug Free Sport works exclusively in sports drug testing with unmatched expertise in the field. The National Collegiate Athletics Association is responsible for governing competition in a fair, safe, equitable and sportsmanlike manner and to integrate intercollegiate athletics into higher education so that the educational experience of the student-athlete is paramount. Step UP! is a prosocial behavior and bystander intervention program, created at the of Arizona, that educates students to be proactive in helping others. 14

15 Equivalency 12 oz. Beer* = 8 oz. Malt 4.5 drinks 5 oz. Wine* = 12 oz 5 oz 1.5 oz 5% alcohol 12% alcohol 80 proof 4.7 drinks 1 oz. 100 proof *Lines indicate approximate measurements on a 16 oz cup Alcohol percentage and container volume will determine number of standard drinks Impaired Pleasure Zone Judgment & Legally Intoxicated Pleasure Zone Impaired Judgment & Legally (Minor Impairment) Reactions (Minor Impairment) Reactions Intoxicated If you drink, stay in the Pleasure Zone. A person s peak buzz is reached at BACs between.02 and.06. Negative outcomes increase at BACs of.05 and higher. Calculations use normative data, but individuals metabolize alcohol at different rates. Charts provide general guidance but do not guarantee a specific BAC. students when Nearly 3 out of 4 college students 85% of students stay didn t drink or had with the same group 4 out of 5 no more than 4 of friends while students eat food the last time they drinking (buddy before/while partied 4 system) 4 drinking 4 Scan for references: Pace & space - Sipping your drink instead of chugging it, alternating alcoholic beverages with water or soda, and having no more than one drink per hour all give the body time to process the alcohol. Eat before and while drinking - Alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream more slowly when there is food (especially protein) in the stomach. Avoid mixing alcohol with other drugs - Some prescription and overthe-counter drugs (e.g., antihistamines) can increase alcohol s effects. Caffeine and other stimulants can trick you into feeling less impaired which could lead to dangerous choices. Use caution when sick or tired - Alcohol leaves the body more slowly when a person is sleep deprived or ill. No more than 1 drink per hour. On average, it takes nearly 3 hours for most certain prescription or over-the-counter medications or with health No more than 7 drinks per week 3 No more than 14 drinks per week 3 If a man and a woman of the same height and weight consume the same amount of alcohol over the same period of time, the woman will have a higher BAC. Gordie Store Know Your Pleasure Zone Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Keeping BAC below.05 maximizes the positive effects of alcohol while minimizing the risk of negative outcomes. BAC for WOMEN after 3 HOURS Body Weight (lbs) Body Weight (lbs) Pleasure Zone (Minor Impairment) Impaired Judgment & Reactions BAC for MEN after 3 HOURS Pleasure Zone (Minor Impairment) Legally Intoxicated is the percentage of alcohol in your blood. The peak high or buzz a person feels from alcohol is reached at BACs between.02 and.06. Judgment and reaction skills are impaired at BACs of.05 and above. Reaching a BAC of is more likely to result in adverse consequences..05 or higher GORDIEposters Quantity 50: $125 Quantity 100: $200 Quantity 250: $375 Quantity 500: $675 Impaired Judgment & Reactions Calculations use normative data, but individuals metabolize alcohol at different rates. Charts provide general guidance but do not guarantee a specific BAC. Legally Intoxicated Scan for references: GordiesCall.org HAZE: The Movie (DVD) Full Length version (81 minutes): $500 Abridged version (36 minutes): $300 Purchase includes the detailed HAZE Facilitator s Guide to assist in your programming, as well as a statement of copyright privileges which will allow your organization to make up to 10 copies of the film and screen it in front of large audiences. What is BAC? Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is the percentage of alcohol in the blood. A BAC of 0.10 means that 0.10% (one tenth of one percent) of a person s blood is alcohol. Body Weight (lbs) Body Weight (lbs) Absorption Many factors impact how quickly alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream including those that can vary from day to day (illness, lack of sleep, food in stomach, medication, etc.). GordiesCall.org What is a Standard Drink? Beer Wine Liquor 1 Standard Drink = 0.6 fluid oz. of 100% alcohol BAC for WOMEN after 1 HOUR Who knew? The median BAC of college they drink is Do you know your BAC? = = Body Weight Body (lbs) (lbs) 7% alcohol 12% alcohol BAC for MEN after 1 HOUR Tips for a lower BAC Safer Drinking Want to Guidelines learn more? 0 drinks is the only safe choice for people in certain higher-risk situations for example when driving, pregnant, taking conditions such as alcoholism. Consuming alcohol under the age of 21 can lead to legal consequences. 1 Women s guidelines No more than 2 drinks on any one day 3 people to eliminate the alcohol in 2 standard drinks. 2 Men s guidelines No more than 3 drinks in any 1 day 3 Safer Drinking Tips: Eat before and while drinking Alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream more slowly when there is food (especially protein) in the stomach. How MucH AlcoHol is in Your Drink? Send us your organization s logo and we will add it to all future poster orders for a onetime $50 set-up fee! Pace & space Sip your drink instead of chugging it. Alternate alcoholic beverages with water or soda. Have no more than 1 drink per hour. 12 oz 5% alcohol Wide-awake drunk Caffeine and other stimulants can trick you into feeling less impaired. 5 oz 12% alcohol Give your body time to process the alcohol On average, it takes nearly 3 hours for most people to eliminate the alcohol in 2 drinks. 12 oz. Beer* 8 oz. Malt 5 oz. Wine* 1 oz. 100 proof Avoid mixing alcohol with other drugs Some prescription and over-the-counter drugs (e.g., antihistamines) can increase alcohol s effects. GordiesCall.org 1.5 oz 80 proof alcohol Alcohol percentage and container volume will determine number of standard drinks. *Lines indicate approximate measurements on a 16 oz cup Use caution when sick or tired Alcohol leaves the body more slowly when a person is sleep deprived or ill. Scan for references: Standard Drink is 0.6 fluid oz. of 100% alcohol. 1 Standard Drink = Beer Wine Liquor = = 12 oz 5 oz 1.5 oz 5% alcohol 12% alcohol 80 proof Alcohol percentage and package volume will determine number of standard drinks. Source: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism TIPS FOR A LOWER BAC GORDIEcheck/BAC cards To Order, visit and click on order materials. 0.6 fluid oz of 100% alcohol 16 oz cup 12% alcohol Equivalency = 12 oz. Beer* 8 oz. Malt 5 oz. Wine* 1 oz. *Lines indicate approximate measurements 4.7 drinks Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is the percentage of alcohol in your blood. Judgment and reaction skills are impaired at BACs of.05 and above. more than 1 drink/hour. On average, it takes nearly 3 hours for most people to eliminate the alcohol in 2 drinks. Pace & space - Sip your drink instead of chugging, alternate with water or soda and have no Eat before and while drinking - Alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream more slowly when there is food (especially protein) in your stomach. (e.g. antihistamines) can increase alcohol s effects. Caffeine and other stimulants can trick you into feeling less impaired. Avoid mixing alcohol with other drugs - Some prescription and over-the-counter drugs Use caution when sick or tired - When you re sleep deprived or ill, alcohol leaves the body more slowly. Note: This card offers general guidance and does not guarantee a specific BAC. Calculations used were developed using normative data, but individuals metabolize alcohol at different rates. GORDIECheck Alcohol overdose can have any of these four PUBS symptoms. Unresponsive (to pinching) U B P S *! $25 per pack of 50 cards Buy 10 packs and receive an 11th pack FREE! Puking (while passed out) *Unsure? Call Poison Control BEST SELLER! Breathing (irregular) Call 911 Skin (cold or blue) Learn about Gordieʼs story - gordiescall.org BEST DEAL! The Complete Starter Package Complete Starter Package (full-length version of HAZE): $899 Complete Starter Package (abridged version of HAZE): $735 This bundle has everything you need to kick-off your GORDIEday program planning! The Complete Starter Package includes a copy of HAZE, the Facilitator s Guide, 500 GORDIEcheck/BAC cards, and 100 assorted GORDIEposters. We ll also include a printed copy of our National GORDIEday Planning Guide! 15

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